Animationvalues have the highest priority and even override local values.
Borderhas a Red background normally and Blue when the pointer is over it. This is because as with CSS more specific selectors have precedence. It is an issue, when you want to override default styles of any state (pointerover, pressed or others) with a single style. To achieve it you will need to have new styles for these states as well.
Buttonto be red by default and blue when pointer is over it. In fact, only setter of first style will be applied, and second one will be ignored.
ContentPresenter, which in the default is bound to the Buttons
Backgroundproperty. However in the pointer-over state the selector is directly applying the background to the
ContentPresenter (Button:pointerover /template/ ContentPresenter#PART_ContentPresenter) That's why when our setter was ignored in the previous code example. The corrected code should target content presenter directly as well: